Tag Archives: YouTube
Today Beyonce Knowles has the video of the day on YouTube. It’s not one of those glitzy videos that we are accustomed to from her but rather a video promoting health and exercise. Mrs. Knowles has teamed up with Michelle Obama to help encourage children to be physically active. To do so, Beyonce remixed her [...]
There has been a recent debate on whether or not users should pay for social networks. Pardon me while I burst into an absurd laughter. Pay? For Facebook, Twitter and YouTube? In your dreams. Though I may utilize these social networks for the greater part of the day, there isn’t a part of me that [...]
In an effort to crack down on copyright infringement offenses and claims on YouTube, Google, the owner of YouTube, has decided to offer a crash course on the subject. This isn’t just any boring course however. This course comes in the form of an entertaining cartoon. Although full of copyright law and information, this video [...]
Political elections (namely the presidential election) will get A LOT more interesting now that social networks have taken over the world. You may be aware that on Monday President Obama cast his bid for the 2012 election and with the campaign so came the launch of opposition via social networks. Social networks will play such [...]
If you’re anything like me you hate to be caught in a predicament when you are stuck somewhere with no television access to watch your favorite NBA game. This causes for nothing short of frustration, bewilderment and in some cases all-out rage. Well, not anymore. Apparently, as of very recently (today), the NBA has been in talks with Google Inc’s YouTube about streaming games live. Problem solved!
We have noticed in more ways lately than ever before how social media has had overwhelming effects on the way we shop, the foods we eat, the music we listen to, the clothes we wear and now it affects the movies we watch. It appears that the film industry has caught on to the craze and they are now targeting social media outlets as the perfect marketing platform. Let's start by analyzing the use of social media for movie marketing by taking a look at Pixar’s 11th full-length film, Toy Story 3.
So, you spent too much time reading technology blogs, and now Christmas is just a few days away and you haven’t done your shopping yet. Don’t panic! There are plenty of solutions on the World Wide Web.
If you are posting videos and content on YouTube you must learn all that you can about YouTube Adsense. This simple tool could be earning you extra income on your down time. As you submit unique content for your visitors to review and critique, you will gain revenues through just a few clever ad placements. Google Adsense is easy to understand whether you are a novice, or internet marketing guru, and there are many blogs, forums and informational sites available to answer any questions you may have about getting started.
We are all familiar with YouTube—perhaps the most popular of all the video search engines currently on the market. YouTube, created to allow for the easy distribution of videos may have paved the way, but other sites are now firmly entrenched in the competition. Google’s service may very well offer YouTube their biggest competition. Google video capture allows users to quickly and easily capture videos offered by the service and to reuse them. Trying out a new video service like Google Video can be fun and rewarding and capturing the videos couldn’t be easier.
In the search for effective marketing tools for your web site sales and services, it can be challenging to find ways to keep your content interesting and relevant, and keep customers coming back. An easy way to stay current is by incorporating YouTube videos in your content, either producing the videos yourself or finding relevant content on YouTube’s site and planting them in your pages. The popularity of YouTube videos is enormous, and adding a YouTube video to your site can help drive traffic to your site, helping increase sales and interest in your products or services. Normally, viewers will go directly to YouTube’s site and stream the video directly to their computers. You can circumvent their site and share videos directly with potential customers and targeted audiences by simply incorporating video into your site.